Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Junior Youth Fall Activity Night

Towards the end of October, I participated in my church's Junior Mennonite Youth Fall Activity Night. The junior youth consists of sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. I was present because I teach the sixth graders on Sunday mornings. Below are three pictures from that night.

In the above picture, we are playing a variant form of musical chairs.

In the above picture, we are doing a relay race in which we had to run with a cotton ball attached to our noses by means of vasoline.

This also was a relay race in which each person needed to stop at three plates and eat the item on it before moving to the next one without using our hands except to hold the plate still. The first plate had a grahm cracker on it; the second, pieces of a chocolate bar; and the third, a marshmellow. In this picture, I am the one eating the chocolate bar pieces.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a shame to eat chocolate so quickly and not be able to relish its exquisite flavor!